A single-vehicle accident early Sunday morning led the death of a Terre Haute man.
According to a press release provided Clay County Sheriff's Department Deputy/K-9 Handler Brison Swearingen, at approximately 3:30 a.m., Sunday, officials were dispatched to a rollover accident on County Road 800 North, just west of State Road 59.
Upson arrival, officials discovered a 2002 Chevrolet Monte Carlo had left the roadway on the south side of the road and rolled until it came to a stop in a nearby field.
The driver of the vehicle, Michael Mornout, 29, Terre Haute, was ejected from the vehicle.
The passenger's in the vehicle, Harry Stemm, 30, Brazil, and Brian Eder, 25, Carbon, were restrained in the vehicle.
The three were transported by TransCare to St. Vincent Clay Hospital. Both Stemm and Eder were treated for undisclosed injuries and later released.
Mornout was transported via LifeLine to Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis, where he was pronounced dead.
According to the press release, alcohol and speed are suspected to be the cause of the accident, but the accident is still under investigation by the sheriff's department.